I have a Fender Japan Precision Bass. The original bridge was starting to corrode a bit, so I replaced it with a Wilkinson Vintage bridge. I am certain (nearly) I installed the bridge correctly. I have done this sort of thing many many times. The bridge now seems to sit a little too low on the body of the bass, that is, the saddles need to be raised just about as high as they can go to get medium action (3/32" at the 12th fret). The saddle are now way up high, and the screws are pretty steeply angled, and I am uncomfortable with this. Is there something I can do to "raise" the bridge up a tiny bit, so that the saddle screws aren't maxed out? Can a bridge be shimmed?